N.D.Ga.: RS still existed on I-85 after apparent hand-to-hand transaction in front of stash house

Defendant’s doing a hand-to-hand transaction from a car in front of a stash house was still reasonable suspicion when the officers caught up with him on I-85 after a license plate reader found the car after they lost sight of it. United States v. Clark, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 76875 (N.D.Ga. Mar. 1, 2022).

A general motion to suppress is denied. Defendant “contests the lawfulness of the stop, the manner in which police effected it, and the scope of the protective sweep. The record does not support his challenge to any aspect of the encounter, nor does it warrant an evidentiary hearing.” United States v. Pina, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 76334 (D.Mass. Apr. 27, 2022).*

Defendant showed no standing in a cell phone police searched. United States v. Barros, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 76336 (D.Mass. Apr. 27, 2022).*

Broken window in an apartment justified warrantless entry to check for burglary suspects or victims. United States v. Johnson, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 76880 (M.D.Pa. Apr. 27, 2022).*

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